All the things I disagree with.. The iPad was a subject of ridicule on this forum and many others when it first appeared. I've been on this forum several years now and iPads were hated almost as much as Apple. However in the real world the iPad sold by the truckload and then the peripherals market (and all those capacactive pens) probably pushed iPad to release the Pro and I don't remember that being a subject of ridicule. There's an irony that in many ways the iPad could kill off Wacom on Apple. Wacom pushed many artists away - not everyone could afford a Cintiq, Wacom offered a really awful version of EMR for tabletpc manufacturers and the drive for an accurate alternative. For years, artists using tabletpc learned to draw near the centre of their small screen because the edges were a desert of accuracy. Wacom were never going to offer better digitisers but it was Ntrig's adoption that forced Wacom to firstly adopt AES (their version) and Apple's iPad that dragged Wacom kicking and screaming to the world of accuracy (better accuracy) on their EMR offerings for consumer pcs. Duet Display allows iPad and iPad Pro to be hooked up to a PC "Yet" Hackintosh will never be supported - Apple licensed clones (I owned one in the 90's) and then they got left high and dry when Steve Jobs demonstrated that they were taking market share from the tiny Apple buying market. Of course, anyone can disagree with me - I could be wrong but Wacom is getting the kicking it deserves on Apple and on OSX because the Chinese alternatives (and Japanese XP-Pen) have now offered reasonable and cheaper alternatives to very high priced Cintiq. Wacom have had to focus more and more on their Pro / 4K+ screen offerings to compete and keep their "special tool" tag. They could have done this years ago, they could have put cheaper and better digitisers into tabletpcs but they didn't. Most laptop PC owners who have a stylus don't use them so you can partly understand why.